S'poreans still keen to own homes in Johor

They are still able to save since house prices here are lower than those across the border, says property sales exec. -The Star/ANN

Wheel of Fortune turns against Five Star boss

Today, Ken Lim is like any other odd-job worker, serving drinks at a coffee stall. -My Paper

Saving treasures

A 56-year-old table from a crocodile farm is just one of the many striking pieces that have been lovingly restored in this eclectic home. -Home & Decor

Many S'poreans keen to work in golden years: Poll

Semi-retirement, or ‘phased’ retirement, becoming very popular among seniors. -ST

HDB resale prices fall 1.4% in Q2

The prices of HDB resale flats fell more steeply in the second quarter of this year than earlier estimated. -ST

Private home prices in Singapore continue to fall in Q2: URA

Prices in CCR fell 1.5 per cent in Q2, a bigger drop than the 1.1 per cent decline in Q1. -BT

5 more tycoons join Singapore's billionaire club

They include property magnate Chua Thian Poh and Hotel 81 founder Choo Chong Ngen. -AsiaOne

HDB allows sellers to ask for extension of stay in sold flats

This will facilitate those who may need more time for renovation or those awaiting funds from the sale of their current flats. -AsiaOne

Visitor arrivals to Singapore flat in Q1 but receipts up: STB

Tourist arrivals from China dropped 14 per cent, due to tourism laws imposed last October. -BT

Toa Payoh 4-room flats top draw at BTO launch

Location, wide range of amenities main reasons for applicants eyeing units there. -ST

31 things you didn't know about Uniqlo

If you love Uniqlo, see the gallery below for 31 facts about the company's success which you did not know of - until now, that is. -AsiaOne

Courts, Gong Cha among Singapore's most influential brands

Consumers in Singapore value convenience and price the most when it comes to giving support to a brand of products, a new survey has found. -AsiaOne

Confessions of a lingerie buyer

Her pet peeve:Mismatched underwear. -TNP

June of despair for private home sales

The World Cup doesn't explain why this particular June had the lowest sales for the month since 2007. -My Paper

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